Fast fixes for wedding dress Mermaid Wedding Dresses Australia mishaps Getting dressedto find makeup on your Cheap Flower Girl Dresses Australia gown?Or ink on your sleeve?Beware:Removing stains from your bridal gown can be a pretty tricky business.Water or liquid cleaner could leave a mark and bleaches can irreparably burn the fabric.A little preparation and a smartly packed emergency kit can make a world of difference. Ink spot You were signing a prewedding love note to your groom and your hand slipped?Fast fix:Apply a touch of hair spray to a cotton bud, then rub lightly over the stain. Water mark Sweat, tears, even good old evian can leave a water mark on your gown.Immediately blot any wet spots with a clean white towel to soak up excess moisture.Beware:Attacking wet spots with a hair dryer may spread the mark even further.Fast fix:Run a hand steamer over the fabric to lift out the water mark.Be sure to ask your bridal salon about using steamers and irons on your http://www.bridesmaidgownsau.com/wedding-party-dresses/bridesmaid-dresses.html gown when you pick it up after your final fitting. See more:9 Unexpected Reception Disasters See more:Biggest wedding regrets Makeup mess With all those kisses you be receiving, there a good chance you end up with makeupon your gown.Fast fix:Don rub it.Press a little soda water onto the spot, then sprinkle salt on top to soak up the moisture.Let dry.If a hint of a spot remains, touch up with white chalk or talc. Oil stain A stray drop of salad dressing can quickly ruin a pristine white gown.Fast fix:Dip a cotton bud into cornstarch or talcum powder, then gently but generously apply it to the spot.The cornstarch or powder will absorb the oil.Wait 15 minutes for the moisture to be absorbed, then dust powder off with a clean white towel.Repeat if necessary. Did you prick your finger with a corsage pin and then wipe it on your gown?Fast fix:Wet a cotton bud with your own saliva, then gently rub it on top of the blood.The acids will break down the stain.Works best when the blood has not yet dried.